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What’s in a Street Name? Questioning Florence Park’s Colonialist Legacy

This is a guest post by the Decolonising Florence Park project. Some street names are …

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Abraham Lazarus: The Champion of Oxford’s Working Class

Who was Abraham Lazarus? Of the thousands of activists and leaders in the past century …

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Stop the Squeal: Oxfordshire’s Dirty Election

In the year since rioters failed to nullify the 2020 US presidential election, commentators have …

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‘Mint Julep Day’: Oxford’s South Carolinian Tradition

Content warning: slavery Every year, on the 1st of June, Mint Julep Day rolls around …

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